Pacific Blockade

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Clarendon Press, 1908 - Blockade, Pacific - 183 pages
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Page 166 - French and the different neutral Powers, will be adopted and executed with respect to all vessels which may attempt to violate the said blockade.
Page 158 - Britain, together with all persons and effects on board the said ships and vessels, but that the utmost care be taken for the preservation of all and every part of the cargoes on board any of the said ships, so that no damage or embezzlement whatever be sustained.
Page 158 - America, now within, or which shall hereafter come into any of the ports, harbours, or roads, within any part of His Majesty's dominions...
Page 182 - Crete in a state of blockade, commencing the 21st instant at 8 am The blockade will be general for all ships under the Greek flag. Ships of the six powers or neutral powers may enter into the ports occupied by the powers and land their merchandise, but only if it is not for the Greek troops or the interior of the island. The ships may be visited by the ships of the international fleets. The limits of the blockade are comprised between 23 24' and 26 30' longitude east of Greenwich, and 35 48'...
Page 53 - The contention of the French Government that a pacific blockade confers on a blockading power the right to capture and condemn the ships of third nations for breach of such a blockade is opposed to the opinions of the most eminent statesmen and jurists of France and to the decisions of its tribunals, and it is in conflict with well-established principles of International Law.

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